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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGB DAtflf HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER By Gi Me Manus The Sport Page Now there is anything a indy day like this proves on the K fa that In these days of radical r dress with con ductorettes and other sorts of ettes popltiaridng masculinized some body ought to suggest knickerbockers women Thus spoke William jooe best golfers at the Dunwoodie Country Club and wdnner orer Morrow of the Great Meek In the final of the second eight in the recent Womens Red Cross tournament at She was day of the tourney along the ridge go tug to the fifteenth There the fialfgale nearly blew her off her She was in the mixed Scotch the woman in the other pair being Thomas winner 3n the morning of the final of the chief I wonder how much fun the men would find in went on PHONE 733 FOURTH REPAIR SHOP and Small 817 Third SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makee of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 their blew about like How can a woman concen trate on her shot when her mind is oc cupied with thoughts about her whether they are properly adjusted and all for no selfrespecting woman wants to look like a fright we are told to keep the eye on the How can We do that with our skirts flapping and catching the eye with a blowing out of the dress like a lag Let the men try it once and see what they would do just as they started to come their clothes would balloon out on If theyd riot be thrown off their theyd be more than How often on a putting one a woman compelled to slip a band aroundher skirt to keep it In place against a boisterous The band can be employed on the greens only because the feet close but any womanwould like to use such a skirt holder on every going into the subject more how much easier teaching golf to women would be If theywore One of the hardest things get in the drive is the proper bend Of the left knee on the swUng if you are a righthanded player or right knee if your even though he is a fine professional instructor like Jack can not tell whether the knee is bent hidden as it is by the folds of the Perhaps that I is the reason so few women golfers bend the knee even I back in Shakespeares the poet saw tie importance of the bent knee for did he notspeak of crooking the pregnant hinges of the knee No doubt he had the golf swing in you golf was played in his We hear a lot these days about re form In steel an improved ball is put on the market every few Suppose they try a little re formative zeal on the women golfers BASEBALL RESULTS WAMBSGANSS CALLED July to word received here yesterday from Fort William Wambs second baseman of the Cleve land has been called to and ordered to report for Camp on July This will be imme dJately after the return of the Cleve land team from their present eastern Our Garage is the place tosend your ma chine when something needs attention or you want sup plies of any We are headquarters for the best Tires and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each Individ ual customer for we want your continued STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA AMERICAN 43 32 Cleveland 44 34 New 40 31 40 36 Chicago 35 36 35 38 29 42 27 44 July and Cleve land divided honors Cleveland winning the second game 4 to and Boston the first game in ten innings one to Scores First Cleveland 4 0 8 0 Coveleskie and ONeill Jones and Second 7 4 3 1 Morton and Thomas Mayes and July hit ting coupled with poor fielding by De gave Philadelphia todays game 18 to 9f Score 9 14 6 19 1 Cunningham and Yelle Geary New July York won an uphill game from Chicago here to day six to Score Chicago 9 3 New York 8 3 Danforth and Schalk Finneran and game played NATIONAL 50 20 New York 26 34 35 Philadelphia 33 35 31 38 Brooklyn 28 38 Cincinnati 28 40 26 42 One Quality only the Best For Accessories and Service Try BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE July wild ness in the third inning today allow ed to score three runs which gave them a lead Philadelphia could not Score Philadelphia 8 0 Cincinnati 4 1 Watson and Adams Eller and July was ef fective today and Boston defeated Pittsburg 5 to Score Boston 8 0 3 0 Ragan and Wilson Sanders and July and New York divided a double header Chicago winning the first game 6 to 3 and New York the second 3 to Scores First New 7 1 11 0 Ogden and McCarty Tyler and Second New 11 1 6 3 Perritt and Rariden Hendrix and game played A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Made right and Served right by All White TheSilverGrill 4th A 6th BASEBALL The news that Cardston ball tessera will Invade Lethbridye to afternoon to engage in a clash with the was good news to the fans and a big crowd will be on deck for the holiday afternoon Card ston team always did put up a good exhibition of ball and judging from the report that they are billed to play Vulcan during the the Cardston fel lows must think they have some And with the redoubtable on the firing I thsy may have some reason for thinking Beazer is recognized as strikeout king of the so the local tossers had better dig up their batting The local team Isnt exactly the unknown quantity it was before its clash with There will be two or three changes in the lineup that will considerably strengthen and the boys have a hunch that the Cardstonite will go home sadder and Jack Morrison with handle the indicator and the game in called for about Louis Star Will Be Placed in Clasp 1A if HeDoes Not Obey Fort July star shortstop of Louis was today ordered by local draft board 1 to engage in an essential occupation or be placed in class 1A of the He Is the first major league player to re ceive a workorfight notice under the new ruling of the provost marshal gen This is Hornsbys Coasters Feel WorkorFight Salt July of the Salt Lake and Sacramento base ball teams of the Coast league who are within the jurisdiction of draft boards here and who are of draft were notified before the opening of todays game to appear before the boards Monday morning at 10 oclock show cause why they did not en gage In an essential occupation or Abe placed in class 1A of the selective There aro many who see In the above dispatches an end to major lea gue baseball until after the war is WESTERN LEAGUE Directors Decide to Disband for This July of the Western meeting here this afternoon abruptly ended the season the league in professional ball with todays Presidents of all clubs the league were present and action was Texas League Port Texas July dent Walter Moi is of the Texas league officially announced this after noon that todays games concluded thiS 1918 July Pacific Coast International Baseball League closed its 1U18 season Dy playing until Sunday the league re tained its claim granted by the National Commission to tho playore1 contracts and the northwest AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 1 Paul Louisville 0 Columbus Milwaukee ii Minneapolis Toledo 4 Indianapolis INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 2 Toronto Baltimore 2 Jersey City Binghampton 2 Newark CALGARY GOLFERS GOING TO SPOKANE July here on a visit from Great brings news that the second Inland Empire championship golf tournament which will be staged on the Spokane Country Club course in will be attended by golfers as far as Cpl Harry was in Cranbrook the other day and he learned while there that both Cran brook and Calgary are planntng on sending who ranks among Calgarys best the party He is a friend of Hughes Spokane Country Club cham and he plays about tht same game as the Spokane LAST YEARS FIGURES DONT COUNT Heavy Stickers of Former Years Are Last years batting averages dont This cryptic remark was made to me in the spring by foxy Clark Grif fith of the Nationals in a of the big league Never has the remark proved more worthy of consideration tSan right Looking over recent baiting aver ages one finds that Vonly one of the really greats of the American league swatsmen of 1917 is anywhere near his last year Cobb Is batting under Speaker Is just over the Veach and Felsch are line Staler is the only one of last years heavy hitters who Is up The places have been taken by Babe who as a pinch hitter gen eral utility man as well as is leading the Tilly who fell down pitifully last year George let go by Detroit because he could not stick well and Home Run who has not hit to his oldtime standard for three or four A similar situation exists In the Na tional and the sensations of last are down in the while their places are usurped by Larry who was thought to be about through Red Smith of Fred Merklo of the Cubs and Jack Daubert of all of them Benny Kauf Is the only 1917 hitting star who Is repeating this Of the season is not old Cobb is due to greatly Improve hia So is Cobb has been bothered by illness this He did not get started right and was thrown out of the game by an injury just when he began to show signs of bolstering up his batting Speaker has had a disastrous batting Its harder to figure on Roush and Both aro young and their performances last year were the first which showed phenomenal but is safe to predict that both will be finding their batting eyes before the season is much further But at the beat Griffith is Last years batting averages dont OUIMET IS July Fran cis Ouimet of the national west ern amateur golf was noti fied yesterday that he had been com missioned a second lieutenant and as signed to the quartermasters depart ment Ouimet was made a corpor al after he had been at Camp Devllns a few months and later waa promoted to BARBERS Who Give Satisfactory WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Syltera RETREADINQ REPAIRINQ By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for JUm Cut RITCHIE 13th Ellison Mills FOR To most men all stars in the Heavens look but to an astronomer every one has an THE SAME WITH CLOTHES Many men think that all suits are know nothing of tailoring nor do they to Keels suits at twentyfive dollars are so unnsual a line as to provide a surprise even for the most In theres so much difference In our selections and what other shops show at this price that you dont need to be an expert to tell the advantage of one over the HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and FLORSHEIM SHOE KEEL 318 FIFTH July The Chin ball team celebrated the Fourth by taking the scalp of the Burdett crew 6 to This is the first game of the season for the Chin and they are threatening dire things to other teame in Southern Al Any aggregation of ball toss wishing to cross bats with the Chin would do well to call up John Haibeck at and chin a As the Chin made famous In The bigger they are The harder they LOCAL DOGS AT EDMONTON SHOW of all breeds in the canine world will be on exhibition at the dog show to be held on July and Schute lias champion bulldog Cour tenay Coronet also Pen fold owned by Stan and Essen and Joe Penford and Jellicoe owned by The champion Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANQLED PROMPTLY AND Hastier Shock Absorbers for Ford 324 11th Street DOWLING HUTCHIN8ON Midland Master won best dog In show at will also be on as also several cham pion owned by Dtooleyi Itself will bo the kerinel of Maltose owned by Anna of Tho doga owned by Judd were the sensation of the big dog show which was held at Madison Square Gardens last AQUATIC The Aquatic Club will hold Its sec ond picnic for the tomorrow evening tea will be provided and crockery members are requested to bring their milk and The picnic will be followed by an Impromptu at which the main features will be a tilting canoe race and a sailing All new members interested are urged to be on hand for these events which will be staged at 7 The general interest thils year In things acquatic is greatly stimulated by the improved condition of the lake the water is clean and and the bathing is fine and ex far the weeds are givilng no During the present hot spell there is no cooler place in the district to be found than in our own city and thousands of our citizens are begin ning to realize what a valuable asset tho has in Henderson Park and its THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck 308 Second 665 During the week of the Lethbriclge Agricultural Fair and Stampede we will present each purchaser of a new casing with a 1918 Road Guide This gives all the principal roads inAlberta and Blue Book of the Alberta Motor League Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank official ;